Ghost Of Tsushima Fox Den Locations: All 49 Inari Shrines

Hanging out with foxes in Ghost of Tsushima will help you find Inari Shrines throughout the island, which can unlock Charms you can equip--here's where to find them.

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There are lots of collectibles to find in Ghost of Tsushima, as well as locations across the island to uncover in order to increase your strength and unlock new abilities. One of the largest groups of things to find are Inari Shrines. These small shrines are hidden on cliffs, in forests, behind rocks, and in caves, and finding them unlocks more slots for equipping Minor Charms, which give you useful passive perks.

There are 49 Inari Shrines across Tsushima, and locating them not only earns you new Charm slots, but also some of the better Minor Charms in the game, if you're willing to keep searching. Shrines are always marked by Fox Dens that are marked on your map; meet a fox at its den and it'll guide you to the shrine. Though finding the dens isn't too difficult, there are quite a few of them, and they're easy to miss. Here's a full rundown of all 49 Fox Den locations--honor them all and you'll earn the Favor of the Kami Trophy and a special mask for Jin.

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Izuhara

There are 22 Fox Dens scattered throughout the first region of Tsushima, Izuhara. You'll usually find them in fields; the trees tend to be gold, or (once or twice) a different color than the rest of the foliage nearby. At night, look for fireflies floating around in the leaves of the trees, so you can spot them at a distance.

Hiyoshi - 3 Fox Dens

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Ariake - 5 Fox Dens

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Komoda - 2 Fox Dens

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Kashine - 3 Fox Dens

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Komatsu - 3 Fox Dens

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Tsutsu - 3 Fox Dens

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Azamo - 3 Fox Dens

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Toyotama

You'll unlock Toyotama when you hit Act 2, where you'll find another 17 Fox Dens. The first one you'll pass is just north of Castle Kaneda.

Akashima - 3 Fox Dens

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Yarikawa - 2 Fox Dens

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Umugi - 2 Fox Dens

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Otsuna - 3 Fox Dens

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Kushi - 1 Fox Den

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Kubara - 6 Fox Dens

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Kamiagata

Act 3 gets you to Kamiagata, the northern region of Tsushima. Your last 10 Inari Shrines are located in the north, but spread across a large area, so they're a bit tougher to locate.

Kin - 2 Fox Dens

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Sago - 3 Fox Dens

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Jogaku - 5 Fox Dens

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Wolf Of Tsushima Mask

Finding and honoring all 49 Inari Shrines will earn you four total Minor Charm slots, plus several amped-up Minor Charms that are better than the rest of your usual charms. Finally, you get the Wolf of Tsushima Mask, one of the cooler Vanity Items in the game. You also unlock a Trophy for your efforts: the Favor of the Kami Trophy.

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